Weekly Photo Challenge: Delicate

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1. Each week, we’ll provide a theme for creative inspiration. You take photographs based on your interpretation of the theme, and post them on your blog anytime before the following Friday when the next photo theme will be announced.

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  6. These are lovely – kimonos are truly a delicate art – thanks for the pingback!

  7. Love the colours. Thanks for the pingback too.

  8. I’m a fabric addict, being a fiber artist. Your offering for the weekly photo challenge appealed to me on so many levels, I appreciated your photo as a beautiful interpretation of delicate. On another level, my appreciation of exquisite fabric was enthralled as well. There is nothing so beautiful as the hand painted silk used in a kimono or obi.

    • The textiles in Japan are superb. Asia creates such wonderful, different patterns and designs. I’m going to check out your etsy shop.

      • I’m checking yours out too, Funny coincidence, my icon used to be a kokesi doll too. But when I started dying/silk painting my own silk, I gradually began to move away from Asian style quilts..So my icon changed too.Although Asian themed fabric is still my favorite commercial fabric, Hoffman rocks! I still have quite a few Kokeshi dolls displayed around my house, some of them quite old.If money permitted I would collect the older ones.I had a luncheon based on the Japanese tradition of viewing the blooming cherry blossoms, it was such a romantic notion to me, “Ode to the cherry blossoms” on my blog you might get a kick out of, It’s a Caucasian interpretation so not exactly authentic, just fun. Here’s the link, if you scroll down the page, couple of it’s a posts down. http://asianartandquilts.com/you-might-like-this/
        People will be afraid to comment on my posts, I babble on so much replying!

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